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Beyonce’s ‘Renaissance’ Bows at No. 1 on Billboard 200 With Year’s Biggest Debut by a Woman
Beyoncé’s Renaissance blasts in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Aug. 13) with 2022’s biggest week by a woman — and the second-largest week of the year overall — as the set launches atop the chart with 332,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending Aug. 4, […]
BTS Scores Third No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With ‘Map of the Soul: Persona’
BTS scores their third No. 1 album on Billboard 200 Chart with 'Map of the Soul: Persona' while Anderson .Paak and Beyoncé also debuted in the top 10.
Grammy Awards: Madonna, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran Among Performers
Eric Church and AC/DC also will take the stage Feb. 8.
Martin Kierszenbaum and Cherrytree Records, Home to LMFAO and Feist, Part Ways With Interscope
With his deal expiring on June 30, the beloved A&R veteran, who had a hand in bringing Lady Gaga to the masses, could not come to terms with the Universal-owned label.
Madonna, Manager Respond to ‘Give Me All Your Love’ Single Leak
“My true fans wouldn’t do this,” the diva proclaims.
Bruno Mars Says ‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn’ Song Shows ‘Darker Side of Love’
The singer clarifies that “It Will Rain” will appear only on the film’s soundtrack, not his next solo album.
Lil Wayne Beats ‘Watch the Throne’: ‘Carter IV’ Breaks iTunes Single-Week Album Sales Record
The highly anticipated album shattered Jay-Z and Kanye West's numbers after a mere four days on the market.
Katy Perry Sets Sights On Tying Michael Jackson’s No. 1s Record With ‘Friday’ Remix
Missy Elliot lends her voice to the upcoming track, set to hit airwaves on Monday, Aug. 8.
Adele, Katy Perry Push Album Sales to First Increase Since 2004
Mid-way through 2011, “21” and “E.T.” rule the charts.
This Week in Music: Beyonce Notches 4th Billboard 200 No. 1 with ‘4’
She follows Britney Spears and DMX as the third act to debut four studio albums atop the list.
The Week in Music Sales: Industry Hits a Record Low
Taylor Swift's "Speak Now" tops the Billboard 200 for a sixth nonconsecutive week, but with 52,000 copies sold, it's the lowest sales week ever for a No. 1 album.